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bush book that came out that surprised people. here's rand paul attempting to endorse it while minimizing its importance which i think is the new republican rhetoric. take a look. >> the immigration debate has been trapped and it's been polarized by two terms, path to citizenship and amnesty. i'm not granting any new pathway or any new line. the only thing i am saying that may be different than hat we have now is that i don't think you should have to go back to mexico and apply. i think that if that's the primary country we're talking about or central america. >> here's the polling on this pathway to citizenship all americans, you know, if you believe pathway to citizenship is best way to deal with illegal immigrant, americans 63%, democrats 71%, republicans 53%. tea party are the people not surprisingly that oppose it. >> 45%. >> that's pretty good. when if you asked about obama care or something like that. >> republicans have learned that while these folks who were undocumented can't vote their kids who are born here are becoming citizens are voting and not voting for republi
. and it is a matter of how broad. >> citizens united, bush v. gore. >> mr versus texas. >> demonstrated they are not embarrassable, i don't think. >> here is -- i want to read from judge walker's opinion, the circuit court. >> district court. >> sorry, district court opinion. preparesition 8 fails to possess even irrational basis which is an amazing sentence to right, basically saying all laws before you get to the constitution, you have to have -- has to be a rational basis for laws. even fails rational basis test. evidence presented at rile shows gays and lesbian, type of minority strict scrutiny designed to protect the trial record shows strict scrutiny is the appropriate standard or review to apply to legislative classifications based on sexual orientation. explain this in constitutional law and why that's such a meaningful sentence by the district court judge. >> some classifications, for example, if law singles out people because of their race or sex that warrant a greater degree of skepticism by courts and looking at those laws because we know from our history as a nation that th
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